I found a COOPER'S HAWK nest between here and the park. I glance up every time I'm around and most often see a hawk in the area peering back at me:
I usually spend a couple of hours at the local park birding and, as of late, have been reaching about 50 species. This last visit was my highest total yet of the season (checklist seen here).
This grainy photo shows another recent arrival, a male BLACK-CHINNED HUMMINGBIRD. This species will breed in the neighborhood although I've yet to see a female this spring.